English Literature GCSE ‘Love and relationships’ anthology key quotes

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When We Two Parted
“They name thee before me, a knell in my ear”
Love’s Philosophy
“See the mountains kiss high heaven”
Porphyria’s Lover
“That moment she was mine, mine, fair,
Perfectly pure and good”
Sonnet 29
“I think of thee! – my thoughts do twine and bud about thee”
Neutral Tones
“The smile on your mouth was the deadest thing
Alive enough to have strength to die”
Letters from Yorkshire
“Our souls tap out messages across the icy miles”
The Farmer’s Bride
“To her wild self. But what to me?”
Walking Away
“Like a satellite wrenched from its orbit, go drifting away”
Eden Rock
“The same three plates, the tin cup painted blue”
“The sweating team turned round”
Mother any distance
“I reach towards a hatch that opens on an endless sky to fall or fly”
Before you were mine
“The decade ahead of my loud possessive yell was the best one, eh?”
Winter Swans
“I noticed our hands, that had, somehow, swum the distance between us”
Singh Song!
“From the stool each night say, is priceless baby -“
Climbing my Grandfather
“Traverse along his belt to an earth stained hand.”
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